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About this product
- Author(s)Gregory T. Haugan
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication11/10/2013
- Series TitleBest Practices and Advances in Program Management Series
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintAuerbach Publishers Inc.
- Content Note100 black & white illustrations, 15 black & white tables
- Weight680 g
- Width156 mm
- Height235 mm
- Spine26 mm
- Format DetailsUnsewn / adhesive bound
- Table Of ContentsOverlay Concept and Structure for Sustainability Section I: Sustainability Sustainability Definitions and Concepts Sustainable Development Rules and Sustaining the Commons Section II: Population Overview: Population and Demographics Overlay Introduction to Demographics World Population United States Population World Age Distribution and Sustainability Population Policies and Dilemmas: Sustainability of the Population Section III: Climate Change Climate Change: Introduction and Definitions History and Background of the Science Greenhouse Effect Climate Change Overlays Mitigation Planning for a Warmer Future Section IV: Energy Resources Energy Constraint Overlay Section IV-A: Nonrenewable Energy Source Overlays Non-Renewable Energy: Coal Non-Renewable Energy: Liquid Fuels Non-Renewable Energy: Natural Gas Section IV-B: Nuclear Energy Source Overlays Nuclear Energy and Sustainability Section IV-C: Renewable Energy Source Overlays Renewable Energy Sources: Introduction Solar Power Wind Energy Geothermal Energy Biomass Energy Hydropower Systems Section V: Planning for Sustainability Pathways toward a Sustainable System Sustainability Policies Glossary Bibliography Index
- Author BiographyGregory T. Haugan, PhD, PMP, is the owner of GLH Incorporated specializing in project management support for both U.S. and international organizations; and as an instructor in areas of energy, population and climate change. He has over 40 years' experience as a consultant and as a government and private sector official in the planning, scheduling, management and operation of projects of all sizes; and in the development and implementation of program management information systems. Dr. Haugan has been active in the field of resources and sustainability for many years. He has led courses for the Rappahannock Institute for Lifeline Learning, RILL. They included: Development of Human Societies: Lessons for the Northern Neck of Virginia with major emphasis on current problems with potential shortages in energy and water resources. This was followed by: Oil, Energy and Global Warming. It recognized the indivisibility of the topics, presented current theories and discussed the relationship to the Northern Neck of Virginia and what actions were warranted. In addition he has presented two courses on Climate Change and Global Warming addressing the issues of the science, the impact and the mitigation actions which addresses the various claims and theories with regard to global warming phenomena and its current and projected impact on our lives. His interest and knowledge in these areas led to the publishing in 2012 of the predecessor of this book titled: The New Triple Constraints for Sustainable Projects, Programs and Portfolios. He also presented a short course for RILL in the spring of 2013 addressing the Triple Constraint issues of population growth, climate change and energy resources, and touching on some of the sustainability issues discussed in this book. He has written seven project management books published by Management Concepts, Inc. of Vienna, VA. Effective Work Breakdown Structures published in 2002; Project Planning and Scheduling also published in 2002; and The Work Breakdown Structure in Government Contracting published in 2003; and Project Management Fundamentals was published in 2006 and the Second Edition was published in late 2010. The comprehensive Work Breakdown Structures for Projects, Programs and Enterprises was published in 2008. The latest was published in 2013 and is titled The Government Manager's Guide to Work Breakdown Structures. Two of the books have been translated into Japanese and Chinese and the scheduling book turned into a self -directed training course. Dr. Haugan received his PhD from the American University, his MBA from St. Louis University, and his BSME from the Illinois Institute of Technology.
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